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Road to Hana Slingshot Adventure from Lahaina

4.5 (4)
Lahaina, US
4.5 (4)
Lahaina, US
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Embark on the ultimate Hawaiian joyride with the Road to Hana Slingshot Adventure Tour. This tour combines the top Maui destination with an exhilarating and unobstructed view of the breathtaking scenery along the way. Feel the mist of the waterfalls on your face and immerse yourself in the tropical scents of the plants as you navigate the 600+ corners in the Slingshot, a cornering machine that guarantees a blast. With lockable storage and waterproof features, you can even take a dip in the waterfall pools along the route. The fully integrated navigation system allows you to explore at your own pace, with a full 24 hours to enjoy everything Hana has to offer. Don't settle for a smelly tour bus or a cramped rental car - book your Slingshot Adventure now and make unforgettable memories.

About this experience

  • Free Cancellation For a full refund cancel at least before the start of your booking
  • Admission Not Included
  • 24 hours
  • Suitable for 1-2 Participants
  • Private Tour
  • Self Guided Experience
  • Unobstructed views of the Road to Hana
  • Feeling the mist of waterfalls on your face
  • Driving the corners of the Road to Hana in a Slingshot
  • 24 hours to explore Hana at your own pace
  • Avoiding crowded tour buses and rental cars
  • 24 hour use of a polaris slingshot
  • Helmets included
  • Self-guided tour route pre-programed in the on-board navigation system, a $25.00 value.
  • Entrance fees to various parks or attractions.
  • Entrance reservations for waiʻānapanapa state park required. obtain at: www.gowaianapanapa.com

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Introduction

The Road to Hana Slingshot Adventure Tour is the ultimate way to explore the breathtaking Maui destination. This tour offers an exhilarating and unforgettable experience, combining the thrill of driving a Slingshot with the beauty of the Road to Hana. Get ready for unobstructed views and a joyride like no other.

What to expect?

When you book the Road to Hana Slingshot Adventure Tour, you can expect a thrilling ride filled with incredible sights and sounds. Feel the mist of the waterfalls on your face as you wind through the 600+ corners of the Road to Hana. Immerse yourself in the tropical paradise, surrounded by lush vegetation and the sweet scent of exotic plants. The Slingshot's cornering capabilities make every turn a blast, while the lockable storage ensures you have everything you need for the journey. Plus, the waterproof design allows you to take a refreshing dip in the waterfall pools along the way. With a fully integrated navigation system, you can explore all the best sites at your own pace, making this a truly customizable adventure.

Who is this for?

The Road to Hana Slingshot Adventure Tour is perfect for anyone seeking an exciting and unique way to experience the wonders of Maui. Whether you're a thrill-seeker, a nature enthusiast, or simply looking for a memorable vacation activity, this tour is for you. It caters to individuals, couples, and even small groups of friends or families. No matter your age or background, this tour offers something for everyone.

Why book this?

This tour stands out from the rest because it offers the best of both worlds: the thrill of a Slingshot adventure and the beauty of the Road to Hana. Unlike traditional tour buses or rental cars, the Slingshot provides unobstructed views, allowing you to fully immerse yourself in the stunning landscapes. The 600+ corners of the Road to Hana become an exhilarating joyride, making every twist and turn an adrenaline-pumping experience. With the fully integrated navigation system, you have the freedom to explore the sights at your own pace, ensuring a personalized and unforgettable journey. Don't settle for a typical tour or rental car experience when you can have the ultimate Hawaiian joyride.

Good to know

The Road to Hana Slingshot Adventure Tour includes 24-hour use of a Polaris Slingshot, giving you ample time to enjoy everything Hana has to offer. The self-guided tour route is pre-programmed into the on-board navigation system, making it easy to navigate and discover the best sites along the way. While entrance fees to various parks or attractions are not included, it's important to note that entrance reservations for Wai'anapanapa State Park are required and can be obtained at www.gowaianapanapa.co. The tour ends at the rental car complex on Hwy 30.

Reviews

Customers who have experienced the Road to Hana Slingshot Adventure Tour rave about its unique and exhilarating nature. They describe the joy of feeling the mist of the waterfalls and the thrill of driving through the winding corners. Many appreciate the fully integrated navigation system, which allows them to explore at their own pace and discover hidden gems along the way. Overall, travelers express their satisfaction and recommend this tour for anyone looking to have an unforgettable adventure in Maui.

How long before the event do I need to book?

  • You can book at any time before the event

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Your Itinerary

Ho'okipa Beach Park

Stop here to see big waves and turtles

Twin Falls Maui

(Pass by)

The first stop on the Road to Hana is a short hike back to a waterfall. If you don't want to hike, there will be other waterfalls you can see from the road

Wailua Valley State Wayside Park

Get views at this stop.

Upper Waikani Falls

Popular swim spot and waterfall

Pua'a Ka'a Falls

Nice waterfall with a swimming hole.

Wai'anapanapa State Park

(Pass by)

This place has it all...blowhole, sea arch, black sand Pre reservations and fees are now required to enter this park. It is not possible to enter the park unless you have made reservations in advance. Viator will not allow us to give you the website address, please do a google search of the park name for instructions if you would like to enter the park..

Wailua Falls

Tall waterfall right on the roadside. Locals venders sometimes here.

Kipahulu Point Park

Also know as the Pools at Ohe'o or the Seven Sacred Pools. This is a National Park so there is an entrance fee. Your pass is good for three days and will also get you into the Haleakala Summit.

Admission Not Included

Reviews

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4.5 (4)

John2982

We rented the Slingshot for 8 hours to take the gps self guided waterfall tour around the island. Overall if was nice but there were something’s that could have been better planned. We rented 11 am - 7 pm. Sunset is 630 so from 6 - 7 we were driving back in the dark. We had our sunglasses for the day but didn’t have eye protection once it got dark out. Would have been nice to think this through better. Fortunately it didn’t rain but if it had, that would have been a wet ride. The slingshot is entirely overrated. It looks fun and has nice cushiony seats but it rides terribly on anything other than perfectly paved roads (which on the scenic tour route there are many less than perfect road conditions). The slingshot has no power, shifts terrible, has a fuel pump which I felt sorry for as it was constantly running, handles subpar and brakes terrible. I needed a hat or bandanna. Although we lathered in sunscreen beforehand, between the sun and the wind, my forehead was beat a third of the way in. There is not much time to stop at each place along the tour route. The botanical gardens closed at 4 and the Akaka Falls closed at 5 so it was pretty rushed by the last two stops. We stopped for lunch for an hour and we skipped a couple stops along the way. We also added three stops along the way that Google recommended and they were excellent! One was PeePee falls by Rainbow falls; a Wooden Bridge on Old Mamalahoa Hwy; and some Caves along the way. 8 hrs was just enough but was a bit rushed and we didn’t spent more than 10 minutes at any one stop (other than lunch). The Slingshot is crappy. Would have been better in a Jeep.

joserafaelr336

Calen and the whole experience of the slingshot and road to Hana( halfway) was epic! The energy and vibe was top notch. The slingshot was the perfect way to experience Maui for the day. Open road, no top and the Hawaii sun beaming. And the service from Calen was easy, fun, and gave you all the advice you needed. Experience the slingshot and Aloha Motorsports is a MUST! Mahalo Calen 🤙🏽

Jared_Guynes

ROAD TO HANA - Maui’s number 1 tourism activity is something called “The Road To Hana” which is simply a 64 mile stretch of highway from Kahului to Hana on the island of Maui in Hawaii. The catch is, the speed limit varies from 5-15mph, it’s often 1 lane, and it winds through a tropical rainforest filled with dramatic, idealistic waterfalls. This nearly 100 year old road was built at a time way before tourism and widespread interest here. It’s easily one of the most dramatic, interesting and explorative drives in the nation. No wonder it has such a reputation. The drive itself is a full day adventure. Considering the scenery and this climate, I opted to rent a Slingshot for the day. This was an extremely good call! The company Aloha Motorsports had a fleet of all new top of the line 2022 Slingshot R models. Of course Jessica picked one that was turquoise. The north end of West Maui is where we began, which is not anywhere close to “The Road to Hana” but the driving conditions and road width were similar, as I would discover later. Many parts of this road were so narrow, the Slingshot took up the entire width. So you may think “what happens if another car is coming the other way?”. Great question! You figure it out. That’s it. One of you has to reverse and try not to fall into the ocean. I wish I wasn’t making that up. Once you get into the rainforest there is basically a waterfall around every corner. Some of them are famous and marked plainly on Google, some of them are on private property, and even others are just out to be found and not even marked on a map. As bustling with tourism as this place is, many parts of this drive were totally devoid of anyone at all. That was nice. I ended up getting brave and jumping into one of the waterfall lagoons. It was super cold, low visibility. The rocks were slimy, sharp…this was pretty dangerous as I was realizing. I didn’t get hurt, but as I was doing it I could see how this wouldn’t be an adventure for many. The waterfalls fascinated me of course, so I sent in my drone to get a better look. I’m so glad I did! What the drone revealed is that beyond what you can see from the ground are dozens MORE waterfalls that feed the one you can see. Imagine a endless chain of waterfalls feeding one another from on top of a mountain into the clouds. Some of the drone footage I captured shows waterfalls in areas that I couldn’t imagine would be accessible by foot. Just amazing. So much of those areas are raw, untouched and basically identical to how they’ve always been. This part of Maui receives 300” of rain a year! This is what powers the nonstop waterfalls. Remarkably Maui is so large that other parts of the same island receive very little rainfall at all. The amount of ecosystems here in a single place, I can’t get over how neat it is. Getting away from the resort areas and “out into nature” was a welcomed departure from the experience so far. I got sunburned, despite layering myself in 50SPF + 70SPF and reapplying every 2 hours, the sun here is relentless. Most of the route does not have cellphone signal either, which can be a pro or a con depending on your own preferences. Jessica refuses to stop being totally available for our clients needs and expectations no matter where we are. She was not thrilled about the lack of reception, but the saving grace there was that Texas is 5 hours ahead of us here, so right around the time we lost reception was “after business hours” anyways. This is a staggeringly beautiful place!

B8165AYpaulz

We had a Slingshot for the day just after arriving in Maui. Denny was really great accommodating us with pick-up at our Condo, and late drop off after hours since we started out late. The Slingshot was great; we got an automatic transmission this time after renting a standard model in Jackson Hole 3 years ago. It made the road to Hana so much less tiring, especially with a recently broken leg. We HIGHLY recommend Aloha Motorsports for making our tour a complete success! Our photo album just doubled in size!
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